Baby Flite Streak (oz4540)
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Baby Flite Streak. Control line 1/2A combat stunt model. Profile fuselage.
Quote: "Baby Flight Streak, by George Aldrich. Span: 24.5in 1/2A Control Line. Found this file on the Internet several years ago. Flew and enjoyed this plus many Scientific CL models as a teenager." This is a low resolution plan.
Update 06/09/2017: Replaced this plan with a clearer redrawn copy, thanks to rchopper56.
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Baby Flite Streak
by George Aldrich
from Top Flite
IC C/L Kit
all formers complete :)
Found online 22/06/2013 at:
Format: • PDFbitmap • PDFvector
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User commentsNot the usual newly completed pristine models, but well used surviving veterans of 1/2 A combat with battle scars [more pics 003].
EdShearer - 21/08/2017
Box art for Baby Flite Streak if you want it [more pics 004].
EdShearer - 02/09/2017
Hello Mary & Steve, Here are a couple of photos of my Baby Flite Streak built recently from an original (very rare) Top Flite kit [main pic, 005]. It's covered with silkspan and finished with clear and coloured butyrate dope. The engine is a Cox Golden Bee .049. All very traditional. Regardless of size, the airborne agility of George Aldrich's "Flite Streak" design is the stuff of legends, and the "Baby" version does not disappoint. As a bonus, it's one of the few .049 models that doesn't just drop from the sky when the engine quits. It's superb gliding ability enables safe and controlled landings every time... well, almost.
ChrisMoes - 01/07/2021
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